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MLB Renaming ‘Disabled List’ Because It Might Be Offensive

Major League Baseball, meet the PC mob.

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After 104 years, Major League Baseball will do away with the “Disable List” in order to please the politically correct mob.

“Major League Baseball will rename the disabled list as the ‘injured list,’ a source familiar with the plan told ESPN,” according to a Thursday report.

“The league will make the change out of concern that the term ‘disabled’ for injured players falsely conflates disabilities with injuries and an inability to participate in sports,” the report continued.

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The term “disabled list” has been used since it was established by the National League in 1915.

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Soon enough, the “National League” will find itself in hot water for excluding international baseball viewers and players, and will likely have to change its name too.

According to the report, the rules for the “injured list” will remain the same as the rules for the now-defunct and anti-PC disabled list. There is currently a 10-day “injured list” for players with minor injuries, and a 60-day “injured list” for players with more serious injuries.


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WATCH: Portland ANTIFA Deploys Incendiary Device Directly Against Portland Police in Nightly Riot

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An ANTIFA militant threw an incendiary device directly at officers of the Portland Police Bureau during a Breonna Taylor riot in Portland, Oregon on Wednesday night.

The device, which may have been a molotov cocktail, caused a considerable fire right next to a formation of marching officers.

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The considerably large fire set by the device is quickly extinguished by an officer carrying a fire extinguisher.

This could’ve easily killed someone. Portland ANTIFA elevated its level of agitation and violence on Wednesday night, largely aware that they can act with impunity without fear of consequences from Portland’s neutered police department, complicit prosecutor, and clueless mayor.

Another view of the attack shows just how dangerous the de facto grenade was to the public and to law enforcement. This was an act of terrorism and attempted murder.

The individual who threw the incendiary device was wearing a mask, and runs off on the video footage of the attack. It’s unclear if the Portland Police Bureau arrested them for the criminal act, but he or she could be charged with a range of felony offenses as severe as attempted murder.

The demonstration was declared and riot and dispersed shortly after the attack. It’s likely Portland ANTIFA will continue street havoc in full force this weekend, with the Breonna Taylor grand jury decision(all the way across the country in Kentucky) potentially inspiring the most dangerous street riots in Portland since the organized criminal behavior began more than three months ago.

An Oregon man used a molotov cocktail device in an attempt to start a wildfire in the already devastated state earlier this week. Firefighters have been combating some of the most destructive fires in recent history in Oregon and California, and one man charged with starting them is a longtime left-wing activist with a criminal record of riot violations.

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